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  • adj. Of, or pertaining to anomers.

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Examples

  • A relation between the cis-enediol mechanism and the anomeric specificity of isomerases.

    Irwin Rose - Autobiography

  • The anomeric specificities of 5 isomerases were determined in the course of our studies on the isomerases that continued until 1973.

    Irwin Rose - Autobiography

  • Figure 5b, in which protonic assistance to leaving group departure is given by D232 with electrophilic migration of the anomeric carbon to form the covalent glycosyl-enzyme intermediate.

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  • Furthermore, mannose chemistry itself is extremely challenging, demanding inspired solutions to the problem of synthesis at its occluded anomeric centre

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  • GH38 α − mannosidases are known to act with net retention of anomeric configuration; a mechanism in which a glycosyl-enzyme intermediate is flanked by oxocarbenium-ion like transition-states.

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  • α − 1,3 mannosidase activity of GH38 enzymes; catalysis occurs with net retention of anomeric configuration. doi: 10.1371/journal. pone.0009006.g001

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  • Fig. 4A) contains the C1 protons present in the starting material and a new anomeric α-linked signal [H

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